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Godhra line in book: FIR against four for ‘misleading students on beloved PM’

The last chapter of the guide book, first published in 2006, titled 'Recent Issues and Challenges', has a sub-section titled ‘Godhra Incident and Anti-Muslim Riot in Gujarat’.

What is the 2002 Godhra train burning case?

On February 27, 2002, Sabarmati Express arrived at Godhra station in Gujarat. A coach of the train--Coach S6--was set ablaze and 59 passengers travelling in that coach were charred to death. The victims included 27 women and 10 children. Injuries were suffered by another 48 passengers in the train.

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Godhra case: Centre takes back appeal against HC order on panel

Fifty nine persons, mostly kar sevaks of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad, were killed in the fire incident.

Godhra case: Gujarat HC admits govt plea to enhance sentence

The court will hear the state govt application challenging the acquittal of 63 others on October 11.

HC rejects Setalvad's plea on quashing FIR in exhumation case

Setalvad had claimed that she was in regular touch with the investigating officer and was not absconding.

Conspiracy at guesthouse to train burning at station

In an 800-page verdict on the 2002 attack on the Sabarmati Express in Godhra,special judge explains what led to the observation that the incident was the result of a conspiracy and not an accident:

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Court refuses to review conviction of juvenile in Godhra carnage case

‘No objection was raised when order was passed or when charges were framed’

CPI(M) wants speedy conclusion of Gujarat riot cases

"Two-thirds of those who have been accused,kept in jail for nearly eight years,have been released."

Godhra: Sentencing on March 1

The special trial court hearing the 2002 Godhra train burning case on Friday reserved its order on the quantum of punishment for the 31 convicts till March 1.

Train burning: Case writers satisfied at conviction

As the camera lenses were set on some of the high-profile accused,lawyers and police officers,very few people could recognise a face which was known to almost every officer involved in the proceedings in the Godhra train burning case.

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